Research

Fossil species named for U professor Kathleen Ritterbush

Name honors Ritterbush’s research in the rock formation where the fossil shell was found.


More than half of COVID-19 health care workers at risk for mental health problems

The daily toll of COVID-19 overlooks a shadowy set of casualties: the rising risk of mental health problems among health care professionals working on the front lines.


U studying services for homeless populations during COVID-19

Study examines how interagency services for people experiencing homelessness have changed during the pandemic.


Fossil species named for U professor Kathleen Ritterbush

Name honors Ritterbush’s research in the rock formation where the fossil shell was found.


Pioneering the future: From basic discovery to bedside

Read about how basic science discoveries have led to clinical trials of treatments for ALS and AIDS.


U to train adapted physical education and speech-language pathology professionals with $1M grant

U.S. Department of Education grant funds interdisciplinary training for professionals who support children experiencing disability.


Carsten Rott appointed to Jack W. Keuffel Memorial Chair

Rott, who looks for signatures of dark matter with high-energy neutrinos, joins the Department of Physics & Astronomy through December 2025.  


FORGEing a new partnership

The new project includes hands-on and virtual heat conduction experiments.


Pandemic recession and recovery

Learn from a U economics professor how the pandemic recession compares to a bungee jump.


Mentoring is key for improving equity in research grant funding

Grant-writing mentoring can help scientists from underrepresented groups overcome research funding disparities.